The History of CIA Torture: "A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation, From the Cold War to the War on Terror"
The Canadian connection with the the "no-touch torture" techniques of the CIA:
Interview with Professor Alfred W.McCoy in the ABC Radio National Australia, "LateNightLive", aired March 16, 2006:
Topics of the interview include:
- the Canadian Defence Board sponsored experiments to induce psychosis
- the sensory deprivation chamber commissioned at McGuill University (the Manhatan Project of the Mind) - t in Montreal to today
Professor Alfred W.McCoy has been studying the CIA for twenty years, in his new book he traces the the evolution of CIA interrogation methods back to the failed mind control experiments of the Cold War, and argues that the images from Abu Ghraib reveal a systematic and deliberate application of those methods.
Title: A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation From the Cold War to the War on Terror
Author: Alfred W McCoy
Publisher: Henry Holt
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Labels: Afghanistan, Air Force, Army, Canada, Canadian Defence Board, Canadian Military, CIA, complicity, CSIS - Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Defense, Human experiments, MKULTRA, Montreal CA, Navy, RCMP, Torture ("Enhanced Interrogation")